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Later that night, she receives another text from him asking why she didn't come. The following day, while having lunch, Athena's best friend sees Kenji on the payphone that's near them.

Her friends also reveal to Athena that his ex's name is also Athena and that Kenji refuses to cut his hair until they come back.

From their story, Athena starts to have pity for him.

She also reveals the reason why she is in Manila and finding Kenji: to bring Kenji to her aunt, the teenage girl in the picture and his one great love, together before her aunt dies from a heart disease.

When Kenneth hears this, he is outraged and leaves.

Kenneth, surprised, brings Kelay to a fast food chain to eat and interrogate her.

It is there that Kelay reveals that she is really not Kenji's daughter (she even jokes that since they are not siblings, Kenneth can court her).

Kenji Delos Reyes delivers a speech during the wedding reception of his college friends, Kirby and Grace.

However, Kenneth, Kenji’s only son, makes out with a girl in a bathroom stall as the girl’s grandfather enters; chaos then ensues as the old man chases Kenneth to the reception hall.

While he talks to her angrily, his ex passes by, resulting him into pushing her against a wall and sinking his head in her neck, making everyone, including Bee, think that he is kissing her, when he really is just whispering to Athena. Surprised at his request, Athena tells him she will not do it and leaves.

Even if Athena refused his request, Kenji does not stop pursuing her.

Athena decides to just text him a yes even though she knows she is not the person Kenji is addressing the text to and has no idea where their favourite place is.

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